Greg DePalma previews the upcoming football weekend, including Thursday’s top opening night college games. Joining him is Dan Shonka, general manager of Ourlads’ NFL Scouting Services, to discuss the NFL’s top young players and best college talent available for the 2016 NFL Draft.
College football: A Big Ten team holds down the top spot in PSN’s Prime Dozen outlook – though perhaps not the one that immediately comes to mind.
Greg DePalma and PSN managing editor Jeff Shain preview the Deutsche Bank Championship, where streaking Jason Day seeks his fourth win in a run of five starts. Rory McIlroy returns to No.1 in the world rankings, with Jordan Spieth rounding out potentially a “Big Three” showdown in the second FedExCup playoff stop.
College football: PSN’s Prime Dozen preview continues with looks at Nos. 5-8, including a pair of emerging powers in the ACC Atlantic and Pac-12 South.
Greg DePalma reviews the latest happenings from New York Jets training camp, including the surprising loss of TE Jace Amaro, a recap of Saturday night’s sloppy preseason win over the New York Giants and subsequent roster cuts.
College football: PSN’s Prime Dozen preseason countdown looks at Nos. 9-12, starting with the top candidate to land the CFP’s ‘Group of Five’ bowl berth.
College football preview: From the SEC to the Sun Belt, PSN’s experts pick winners and sleepers from every conference, plus an early Heisman selection.
Scheduled Prime Sports Network live audio streams for the week beginning August 31:
Greg DePalma and Rotowire.com‘s Mario Puig continue conference previews with breakdowns of the Big Ten, Pac-12, American, Conference USA, MAC and independents. The duo also predicts the College Football Playoff bracket and eventual national champion.
Handicapper Jon Hardoon of TheSheets.com joins Greg DePalma to examine Saturday’s Travers Stakes, where Triple Crown winner American Pharoah is entered, and the accompanying Forego Stakes at Saratoga.